I posted this a little while ago, and while I do find some of the sculptures in the Seattle Sculpture Park nice to look at and all, I find myself mostly drawn to the things around them rather than the sculptures themselves. For example, taking a picture of the Eagle is much more interesting to me when done at night with the Space Needle behind it, a train in front, and a plane overhead.
So here I am, back at the Sculpture Park and instead of shooting the sculptures, I’m shooting the wall again. I really like the lines – what can I say? I do think the merits of this one are the sky above and the organic shadows of the trees showing you what you can’t see. Here it is.
|Camera & Lens||Canon PowerShot S90 (Canon) & 6.0-22.5 mm||Shutter:||1/1000 s|
|Creation Date:||2010:11:08 13:37:04||Aperture:||f/8.0|
|Exposure Mode:||N/A||Focal Length:||6 mm|